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Bushmills Prohibition Peaky Blinders Irish Whiskey
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"Inspired by the TV series Peaky Blinders and based on an original recipe from the early 1900s, Bushmills Peaky Blinders Prohibition Recipe Irish Whiskey has fragrant hints of toffee, sage, citrus and subtle notes of leather. This blended whiskey is capped with a rich amber hue and has sweet taste with a smooth finish."
Item ID: #47396
Location at store:42d
Size: 750mL (liquor)

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"Inspired by the TV series Peaky Blinders and based on an original recipe from the early 1900s, Bushmills Peaky Blinders Prohibition Recipe Irish Whiskey has fragrant hints of toffee, sage, citrus and subtle notes of leather. This blended whiskey is capped with a rich amber hue and has sweet taste with a smooth finish."

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BushmillsThe area has a long tradition with distillation. According to one story, as far back as 1276, an early settler called Sir Robert Savage of Ards, before defeating the Irish in battle, fortified his troops with "a mighty drop of acqua vitae".[3] In 1608, a licence was granted to Sir Thomas Phillipps by King James I to distil whiskey.[4]

for the next seven years, within the countie of Colrane, otherwise called O Cahanes countrey, or within the territorie called Rowte, in Co. Antrim, by himselfe or his servauntes, to make, drawe, and distil such and soe great quantities of aquavite, usquabagh and aqua composita, as he or his assignes shall thinke fitt; and the same to sell, vent, and dispose of to any persons, yeeldinge yerelie the somme 13s 4d...

The Bushmills Old Distillery Company itself was not established until 1784 by Hugh Anderson.[1] Bushmills suffered many lean years with numerous periods of closure with no record of the distillery being in operation in the official records both in 1802 and in 1822. In 1860 a Belfast spirit merchant named Jame McColgan and Patrick Corrigan bought the distillery; in 1880 they formed a limited company. In 1885, the original Bushmills buildings were destroyed by fire but the distillery was swiftly rebuilt. In 1890, a steamship owned and operated by the distillery, SS Bushmills, made its maiden voyage across the Atlantic to deliver Bushmills whiskey to America. It called at Philadelphia and New York before heading on to Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yokohama.

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